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Obviously not cashmere like the OP asked about, and much thicker than 4-ply ... but for me, wonderful. On the other hand, if the OP wants a turtleneck for wearing under a sportscoat or suit jacket, then Northsea won't really be the best choice.
I wonder if the OP would consider expanding his search to high-quality merino as well? Just a thought. (Much of the less expensive cashmere out there is of suspect quality, with shorter hairs that keep the initial softness one expects but the fabric very quickly succumbs to pilling. Equally priced merino is far more satisfactory in performance, even if not as super-soft.)
This question got 362 views and 2 answers. An average of 0.55% responses. I wonder why is that. Perhaps I phrased it wrongly? The subject is too arcane? Turtlenecks are out of fashion? declasse? Should I hang my question in a more proletarian site? Please advise.
Our men's turtle neck is a classic menswear piece, a must for every man's closet. This style is one of our best gifts for men. Our fit is perfect and slightly long-bodied. Fold sleeves back to shorten. A great fit. It can be worn relaxed or fitted, by sizing up or down. Please refer to our size...
Wife is a big fan of cashmere, so we have bought several things there over the years for ourselves and our kids. Their quality and service has been consistently good.